Trebah is an exquisite sub tropical garden that has been restored over the years to become one of the most beautiful to visit in South West England. There are around four miles of paths that lead visitors past rhododendrons and magnolias in spring, and the magnificent giant gunnera and Hydrangea Valley in summer overlooking Mallard Pond. In autumn the changing colour of the trees is spectacular, adding another perspective to Trebah.
The trails lead to a small beach on the River Helford which is a tranquil place to rest and watch fishing boats and yachts. Nearby, a poignant plaque marks the spot where thousands of US Troops departed secretly in June 1944 for the beaches of France on D Day.
Trebah is a truly beautiful garden that changes with the years but somehow retains a timeless elegance.